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Newswire: Get your slapping hand ready, because Dynasty is coming back

Prepare your lily ponds for combat and get your catfighting muscles in check, because The CW is bringing Dynasty back to TV. Variety reports that the network has put a remake of the Aaron Spelling-backed ’80s hit into script development, with original creators Esther and Richard Shapiro on hand to executive produce. Debuting in 1981, Dynasty ostensibly concerned itself with modern-day oil barons and Reagan-era excess.
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